Publisher Description

The following story is not one of reckless adventure, nor one in which fighting and bloodshed are introduced to fan a spurious spirit of heroism. The example of Blake is held up to the boys of to-day, not because he fought and conquered, but because he was a conscientious, God-fearing man, and his conscience told him that the best interests of his country demanded resistance to the Stuart rule. Such a man as Blake was a hero everywhere, and needed not a quarter-deck to display his heroism.

GENRE
Fiction
RELEASED
1880
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
198
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
356.7
KB

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